The Department of Afroamerican and African Studies Diasporic Dialogues with E. Patrick Johnson (Carlos Montezuma Professor of African American Studies and Performance Studies, Northwestern University)
As part of the 2018 MLK symposium, IRWG presented a panel discussion about trans health activism in Detroit, on January 26 in the Michigan League. The purpose was to explore the important work of transgender and gender nonconforming communities and their allies to build safety, opportunity, and access to health and wellness services for all.
This interdisciplinary, mini-conference will focus on racial inequality as it manifests in relation to the lived experiences of black Americans. This interdisciplinary, mini-conference will focus on racial inequality as it manifests in relation to the lived experiences of black Americans.
This panel will discuss the work being done as part of that movement at the Ruth Ellis Center, a youth social services agency that serves LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness and residential instability.
A timely examination of the ways Black women, Indigenous women, and other women of color are uniquely affected by racial profiling, police brutality, and immigration enforcement.
Panel discussion of Toward an Intellectual History of Black Women (University of North Carolina Press, 2015) edited by Mia E. Bay, Farah J. Griffin, Martha S. Jones, and Barbara D. Savage.